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'Bold and Beautiful' Star & Cancer Survivor Linsey Godfrey to Participate in "Hollyood Light the Night Walk"

Linsey Godfrey

The Bold and the Beautiful actress and cancer survivor, Linsey Godfrey (Caroline Spencer) will be participating in this year’s Hollywood Light the Night Walk, a fundraiser benefitting the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).

She will be joined by B&B original cast member, Katherine Kelly Lang (Brooke Logan). The event will take place on Saturday, October 6th at Sunset Gower Studios where B&B alum, Jack Wagner, will be serving as Grand Marshall.  To take part in this event or to assist Linsey in her quest to help cure blood cancers, please visit http://pages.lightthenight.org/los/UCLA12/ohmygodfrey.

For more than 60 years, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) has been solely focused on people with blood cancers. Presently, they have more than $250 million committed to research across the United States and in ten other countries. Every dollar is provided by concerned donors. They invest in the best, outcome based science:

  • Anywhere, with no geographic or institutional boundaries
  • Without profit incentive
  • To meet unmet Medicare needs of people with blood cancers

LLS funded advances are helping patients beyond those for whom they were originally developed, including people with solid tumors and auto-immune diseases. In the past decade, nearly 50% (19 out of 39) of the cancer drugs approved by the FDA were approved as treatments for blood cancer patients. Twelve are already approved for people beyond those for whom they were first developed. With your help, they are saving lives.

  • A donation of $25 provides patients and their loved ones with FREE booklets that contain up-to-date information on their disease and help them make informed decisions about their treatment options.
  • A donation of $50 makes possible a Family Support group with a trained facilitator where comfort can be found and experiences can be shared among patients and family members.
  • A donation of $100 helps supply laboratory researchers with supplies and materials critical to carrying out their search for cures.
  • A donation of $1,000 makes possible one- on-one conversations with health care specialists who provide patients with information about their disease, treatment options, and helps prepare them with questions for their health care team.

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